Shy Glizzy Says He Put Jose Guapo On Backwoods On "How To Roll"

Mitch Findlay
February 16, 2018 12:22

Shy Glizzy's influence changed the Atlanta weed game.

When the reefer sparks, bold claims flow. "I'm like one of the first rappers to be smoking Backwoods," claims Shy Glizzy, "other than like, real stoners that knew of them." Though some might dispute the proclamation, his craftmanship speaks volumes. On our latest installment of How To Roll A Backwood, Shy Glizzy holds it down for his own personal culture, citing Backwoods as a formative part of his come-up. Glizzy seems intent on keeping the movement alive, taking responsibility for spreading Backwoods appreciation to Atlanta. 

It all started when Shy sparked up with Jose Guapo, who spread the word down South to Atlanta heavyweights Migos and PeeWee LongWay; eventually, the Backwoods was adopted as a new normal, all thanks to Glizzy's innovative mind.  Today, his rolling game remains deadly. Catch more from Shy Glizzy in his element on How To Roll. 

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